The lessee shall comply with the following requirements during well-workover operations with the tree removed:
(a) No tubing string shall be placed in service or continue to be used unless such tubing string has the necessary strength and pressure integrity and is otherwise suitable for its intended use.
(b) In the event of prolonged operations such as milling, fishing, jarring, or washing over that could damage the casing, the casing shall be pressure tested, calipered, or otherwise evaluated every 30 days and the results submitted to the District Manager.
(c) When reinstalling the tree, you must:
(1) Equip wells to monitor for casing pressure according to the following chart:
If you have . . .
you must equip . . .
so you can monitor . . .
* Characterized as a well drilled with a subsea wellhead and completed with a surface casing head, a surface tubing head, a surface tubing hanger, and a surface christmas tree.
(i) fixed platform wells,
all annuli (A, B, C, D, etc., annuli).
(ii) subsea wells,
the tubing head,
the production casing annulus (A annulus).
(iii) hybrid* wells,
the surface wellhead,
all annuli at the surface (A and B riser annuli). If the production casing below the mudline and the production casing riser above the mudline are pressure isolated from each other, provisions must be made to monitor the production casing below the mudline for casing pressure.
(2) Follow the casing pressure management requirements in subpart E of this part.
(d) Wellhead, tree, and related equipment shall have a pressure rating greater than the shut-in tubing pressure and shall be designed, installed, used, maintained, and tested so as to achieve and maintain pressure control. The tree shall be equipped with a minimum of one master valve and one surface safety valve in the vertical run of the tree when it is reinstalled.
(e) Subsurface safety equipment shall be installed, maintained, and tested in compliance with § 250.801 of this part.